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Jenna is conflicted when new guy Collin keeps popping up in her creative writing fantasy assignment. Ming throws down when Becca gets Fred Wu expelled and transferred to a school in Idaho.

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
... Jenna Hamilton
... Matty McKibben
... Lacey Hamilton
... Tamara
... Jake Rosati
... Sadie Saxton
... Valerie Marks
... Ming Huang
... Collin Jennings (as Nolan Funk)
... Mr. Hart
... Becca
... Kevin Hamilton
... Kyle
... Fred Wu
... Angelique Welch
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Jenna is conflicted when new guy Collin keeps popping up in her creative writing fantasy assignment. Ming throws down when Becca gets Fred Wu expelled and transferred to a school in Idaho.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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4 June 2013 (USA)  »

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Ming Huang: [Ming announces Becca's downfall] If it takes the rest of my life, I'm gonna take that cunt down!
[Note: in some countries, this may have been censored, but in others, the episode has been broadcast with uncensored dialogue]
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Spoofs The Godfather: Part II (1974) See more »

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Performed by Daily Bread
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11 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

The primary arc -- Jenna's imaginary fling with another boy -- was clever but in a show known for brilliant, sometimes clever will not cut it.

What caught my attention -- and nudged me to review the single episode -- was the way the writers introduced a smaller arc at the end -- the Asian arc -- and had me on the floor laughing.

This is something you do not see very often, but the juxtaposition worked a treat.

The show not only has great writers and actors, and does things with under-age characters that would have landed you in jail during the age of Dick Van Dyke, but the handling of the Asian stereotype is the best I have seen, and something mainstream movies have missed completely.

Recommend.


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